As you met yesterday, the new Huawei Mate 9, its high-end phablet in the format of the 2016, comes with a photographic system in collaboration with Leica and composed of a double sensor. It is the most powerful trend among the high range of this year.
Although the system of dual camera new Huawei Mate 9 is partly continuous respect to the double sensor seen already in the Huawei P9, there are interesting developments around the two sensors, one RGB and one in black and white. We review for you all you need to know about the double chamber New Huawei Mate 9.
Two sensors, but not the same
Huawei repeats strategy for the camera of its second important terminal of the year. The Huawei Mate 9 offers a dual lens camera second generation, developed in collaboration with Leica.
The combination of sensors is now different. No longer are two sensors of the same resolution (12 MP), one RBG and other monochrome, but the Mate 9 RBG sensor resolution is maintained but increased to 20 MP the monochrome. In both cases, Huawei claims to have made them grow in size to improve the uptake of light.
As it already happened in the model P9, Huawei applies different algorithms to combine the images that take both sensors and offer a single image that offers 12 megapixels of resolution. The brightness of F2.2 both lenses is far from the minimum f1.8 we are seeing in front line terminals. Continue Reading